Check out our new UK pensions regulation hub

With the most significant reforms to UK pensions regulation for nearly two decades due to come into force later this year, we are delighted to launch our new UK pensions regulation hub to help you keep track of our latest thinking on the new regulatory requirements and the emerging risks. On the hub you will … Read more

Can the Pensions Regulator compel a non-UK entity to provide information?

In its recent judgment in R (on the application of KBR, Inc) v Director of the Serious Fraud Office [2021] UKSC 2, the Supreme Court unanimously held that the information gathering powers granted to the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) under section 2(3) of the Criminal Justice Act 1987 (CJA 1987) did not have extraterritorial effect, … Read more

Podcast: Pensions & ESG Ep3 – Responsible investment in practice

In the latest podcast in our series on Pensions and ESG Caroline Escott, Senior Investment Manager at RPMI Railpen discusses what it means to implement a responsible investment strategy in practice. In particular, Caroline shares: how her interest in responsible investment and stewardship began and her career journey to date how RPMI Railpen is preparing … Read more

Regulator issues draft guidance on policing new criminal offences

The Pension Regulator has published for consultation its much anticipated draft guidance on how it intends to police the new pensions criminal offences due to come into force this Autumn. The draft guidance suggests that the Regulator will use these new powers sparingly and that they are not intended to fundamentally change commercial norms or … Read more